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TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE WITH DENNY’S NEW KIDS ‘ADVENTURE MENU’America’s Diner teams up with National Geographic Kids to entertain families at mealtimes
America’s Diner teams up with National Geographic Kids to entertain families at mealtimes
SPARTANBURG, S.C. (April 22, 2014) – Denny’s is taking kids on a flavorful, fun-filled journey with the introduction of its new “Adventure Menu” including a delicious selection of customizable dishes and National Geographic Kids content. Featuring a variety of quirky animal facts, quizzes and fun fill-in stories, the interactive menu offers plenty of exciting ways to keep young adventurers entertained at family mealtime.
“As America’s Diner, we understand the importance of bringing families together and providing plenty of options to ensure time spent around the table is both fun and delicious for all members,” said John Dillon, @DillonJohnW, vice president of marketing for Denny’s. “We’re thrilled to work with National Geographic Kids on our new ‘Adventure Menu’ to offer interactive ways to keep the whole family entertained, encouraging quality time together whatever the occasion.”
Featuring popular National Geographic Kids “Weird but True” facts, puzzles and “Bet You Didn’t Know” questions, the “Adventure Menu” encourages both parents and kids to learn together at mealtimes, with exciting new activities to be added throughout the year.
“National Geographic Kids is all about engaging kids in their world through fun and entertaining ways. Mealtimes are the perfect opportunities for families to connect and we are excited to be adding engaging National Geographic Kids content to the Denny’s ‘Adventure Menu,’” said Claudia Malley, EVP and Worldwide Publisher, National Geographic Global Media. “Our fun animal facts are so outrageous kids won’t even realize they’re learning!”
The new Denny’s kids menu offers explorers plenty of delicious all-day options to take their taste buds on an adventure, including several items verified by the Kids LiveWell program, created by the National Restaurant Association, so that kids can select healthier alternatives for a meal that is both balanced and delicious. Denny’s three breakfast dishes, starting at just $3.29, give kids the fuel they need to tackle any expedition with items such as theBuild Your Own Jr. Grand Slam and Chocolate Chip Pancakes. When it comes to lunch, dinner or dessert, kids are in control with choices such as the Spaghetti meal with broccoli, Mac & Cheese with dippable veggies or theGroovy Mango Smoothie.
Launched nationwide, Denny’s “Adventure Menu” is available all day, every day with prices starting at just $3.29; the menu includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert items.